Alice Underwood Fitch
Alice Underwood Fitch (July 5, 1862 – August 1936) was an American painter born in Memphis, Tennessee.
Fitch went to France in 1900 to scrutiny and paint. She became especially noted for her perform as a miniature painter. For over 20 years, she was in constant demand as a copyist of famous paintings in the Louvre and additional French galleries. Many of her indigenous works and copies hang in collections of the most famous collectors of France and Europe; therefore, her works seldom come taking place for sale.
In 1908, the French Government conferred the Ordre des Palmes Académiques upon her. In 1926, she moved to Santa Ana, California like her adopted son. While in Santa Ana, she painted the portrait of Senora De La Rosa, a 128-year-old Mexican lady, who is mammal researched by the Guinness World Records as the oldest person to ever have lived. The painting of the "Old Senora" is in the amassing of Richard M. Othus of Conrad, Montana.